Religion in Changchun City is characterized by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices. Buddhism, Christianity, Catholicism and Islam are the top four in order. Various religious buildings totaling 30 plus can be found in the city. The church at West Wuma Road can hold 2,000 people in just one service. The religious sites open to visitors also include the Catholic Church at West Sidao Street, the Mosque at Changtong Road, the Yuantong Temple in Shuangyang District and Jin’gang Temple in Nong’an County, which can meet the worship or visit demand of visitors. The Huguo Prajna Temple, located in the east of People’s Square, is the largest of its kind in town that is under the key protection of the nation. On the 8th, 18th and 28th of every lunar month April, tens of thousands of people will come to worship. At No. 31, Beijing Road of Jilin City, there is a 2-floor church covering more than 1,000 square meters. The words “Founded on the Rock” on a stone tablet are every eye-catching. Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, especially Easter and Christmas are important days for believers to gather. The church was built in the 17th year of Emperor Guangxu of Qing Dynasty (1891). At No. 3, Songhuajiang Road of Jilin City, there is a mosque. It is a domed tower composed of three parts. The middle part, bell tower, is 42 meters. Whenever the bell rings, its sound can be heard several miles away. In Jilin, there are three mosques that were built one after another in the 2nd year of Emperor Guangxu (1724), and Emperor Qianlong’s 28th and 25th year respectively.